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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #20 on: August 14, 2007, 09:20:15 PM »
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For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #21 on: August 14, 2007, 10:06:10 PM »
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For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

oh wow... don't you have something better to do with your time?  i'm almost feeling bad for you...
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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #22 on: August 14, 2007, 11:13:15 PM »
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For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

oh wow... don't you have something better to do with your time?  i'm almost feeling bad for you...

The post 2 above yours asked me where I was getting stats that support my comment about how W&L fills its class with extreme splitters, so I provided some support.  It took about 10 minutes.  I knew which schools favored these types of applicants beforehand because I am a big splitter myself, and have looked into it.  Oh wow...you go to W&L..don't you have something better to do with your life?  I'm almost feeling bad for you...

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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #23 on: August 14, 2007, 11:23:21 PM »
Is Pat Robertson based out of the same town where W&L is located?

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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #24 on: August 15, 2007, 05:25:58 AM »
Is Pat Robertson based out of the same town where W&L is located?

i think pat robertson went to the undergrad if i remember correctly
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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #25 on: August 15, 2007, 04:59:18 PM »
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For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

Maybe, but why isn't their GPA lower then?  I just looked it up the lowest non-urm LSAT they accepted was 162, I think the next lowest was 164.  You might have shown they like high LSAT low GPA splitters but not vice versa.  If you claim their only get splitters, they would have to get splitters of both types to make their numbers balance out, but there is only any evidence of one type.  W&L is rich at least compared to my school thats why they give out so much money.
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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #26 on: August 15, 2007, 06:34:31 PM »
lawschoolnumbers.com

For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

oh wow... don't you have something better to do with your time?  i'm almost feeling bad for you...

The post 2 above yours asked me where I was getting stats that support my comment about how W&L fills its class with extreme splitters, so I provided some support.  It took about 10 minutes.  I knew which schools favored these types of applicants beforehand because I am a big splitter myself, and have looked into it.  Oh wow...you go to W&L..don't you have something better to do with your life?  I'm almost feeling bad for you...

yea i'm sorta busy getting 2 offers from V20 firms... sorry i wish i had the time to look up them numbers on lsn and argue wit you...
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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #27 on: August 15, 2007, 06:57:06 PM »
lawschoolnumbers.com

For last cycle, I just ran a search using the following parameters: GPA 2.5-3.1, LSAT 167-175, URM excluded.  Here are the results:

W&L- 8 applied. 6 admitted, 1 withdrew before decision, 1 left as pending.  Scholarship totals include 25k per year to a 2.8/173 student rejected outright by BC, ND and Emory, and waitlisted by Fordham.  They also gave 13.5k per year to 2 admits, 9k per year to one, and 12k per year to another.

BC- 2 accpeted, 10 rejected, 1 waitlisted
BU- 0 accepted, 4 rejected, 5 waitlisted
Fordham- 1 accepted, 0 rejected, 10 waitlisted
ND- 1 accepted, 5 rejected, 8 waitlisted

oh wow... don't you have something better to do with your time?  i'm almost feeling bad for you...

The post 2 above yours asked me where I was getting stats that support my comment about how W&L fills its class with extreme splitters, so I provided some support.  It took about 10 minutes.  I knew which schools favored these types of applicants beforehand because I am a big splitter myself, and have looked into it.  Oh wow...you go to W&L..don't you have something better to do with your life?  I'm almost feeling bad for you...

yea i'm sorta busy getting 2 offers from V20 firms... sorry i wish i had the time to look up them numbers on lsn and argue wit you...

I'm heading to PULSC (Princeton University Legal Space Center) next year, so even if I finish dead last in the class I'll be able to get Skadden.  Enjoy your TTT firm.

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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #28 on: August 15, 2007, 08:38:39 PM »
This thread has officially gone south. 

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Re: what's with Washington and Lee?
« Reply #29 on: August 20, 2007, 04:56:18 PM »
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